The big attraction this weekend is James Mangold’s ‘Logan,’ the new Marvel movie. You may as well see it—you’ll probably have a very good time!
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‘Dr Strange’ is the latest movie by Marvel Studios, and this is the excerpt that lets you know that this is a review of ‘Dr Strange.’
Duncan reviews November’s most notable films, from ‘Hunger Games’ to ‘Ender’s Game’ to love games in ‘Enough Said’ to Marvel’s coy game with audiences.
Marvel Phase 2 chugs along with the trailer for ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ changing up the formula in cold ways.
The first of our Thanksgiving giveaways features an awesome prize pack surrounding ‘The Amazing Spider-Man.’
Comic Con offered a feast of previews, posters, and new announcements. Check out some of the highlights!
Justin Jagoe co-hosts this week and laments the fact that he only gets to review bad movies on the podcast.
Let’s all get together and feign excitement for this one.
‘The Avengers’ is a funny, balanced, and ambitious movie that at least attempts to leave the viewer with something more.
Do you prefer ‘Thor’ or ‘Captain America’? ‘Iron Man’ or ‘The Incredible Hulk’? Vote now in our poll!
Clive Owen offered ‘Oldboy’ role, reviews for ‘Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close,’ Marvel characters in ‘A Christmas Story,’ TCM remembers 2011…
The trailer features a lot of CGI and famous actors mugging for the camera, but it also has some elements that get me excited.
Should we expect from a franchise popcorn film beyond expensive visual effects and melodramatic performances?
Guillermo leaves ‘The Hobbit’, Criterion reviews, ‘Hoosiers’ on TCM, Don’t F*ck My Mom, ‘I’m a Marvel, I’m a DC’ The Musical!
Read of the Day: Check out 10 classic movie title sequences. [Pop Dose] News of the Day: Hollywood Stock Exchange, the popular site that allows users to buy and sell shares in celebrities based on Box Office market value, is about to start using real money. [Culture Vulture] Review of the Day: An alleged “industry […]
The Walt Disney Company has grown its enormous empire by purchasing Marvel Entertainment in a stunning news announcement today. Marvel owns the right to such superhero characters as Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four, the Incredible Hulk, and Iron Man. Marvel was already in the process of developing four films for release in 2011: Iron Man 2, […]